Shahnaz Begum of DOT
 A rare species of fish has been caught in a seasonal fishing net at Satkania in Chittagong. When the news spread, the locals gathered there to see the fish. It is widespread in Costa Rica, Panama and South America. However, it has also entered South Asian countries. Many people are not familiar with the fish as it is not native to us, reports Daily Bangladesh.
 The fish was caught in Hatiarkul area of Sonakania union of the upazila yesterday morning. Fisherman Joinal, said it weighed 100 grams.
 Joinal said the fish has round and striped spots all over its body. The body is covered by small cuts. The face has sharp teeth. At present, the fish is with Ziabul, a fish farmer in the same area.
 Akhtar Kamal, a biology teacher at BG Sen’s Hat High School, said the fish’s full name is Sakar Mouth Catfish. It is a freshwater fish.
 The sucker fish eat aquatic insects and algae as well as small fish and fish egg. Moreover, the fins of Sucker fish are very sharp. It can be seen that while fighting with other fish, sharp fins easily cause wounds on the body of other fish and later they die due to rot.